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Write It, Harper Lee, Sweet Tea and More at Libraries in September

Write It: Learn from the Experts
Explore various paths of writing with local writers. Topics vary by location. Registration is required.

Date Topic Location Contact
Wednesday, September 23,
7 p.m.
Writing for the Web
with Tamara Ward,
Town of Holly Springs
West Regional 919-463-8500

Harper Lee and Sweet Tea
Afternoon tea is the perfect time to explore the life of iconic Southern author Harper Lee. We will watch part of a documentary and talk about it over iced and hot tea and cookies. Bring your favorite teacup. Registration is required.

Date Location Contact
Sunday, September 27,
2 p.m.
West Regional 919-463-8500

Butterflies 101
Join us as Elizabeth and Kim Mann from SHAPE Eco Farm explain the life cycle of butterflies. Learn how to start your own butterfly nursery and how to grow host plants for each butterfly. Registration is required.

Date Location Contact
Tuesday, September 22,
10 a.m.
Eva Perry Regional 919-387-2100
Wednesday, September 23,
10:30 a.m.
West Regional 919-463-8500

Combo Practice Test: Current SAT and ACT
The Combo Practice Test, one-half SAT and one-half ACT, helps students decide which test is right for them. Students will receive a detailed score report including comprehensive feedback comparing their performance on each of the test sections of the two exams. This program is presented by Kaplan Test Prep, and registration is required.

Date Location Contact
Saturday, September 26,
10:30 a.m.
East Regional 919-217-5300

Book Discussions
Each month, join us for a librarian-led book discussion and share your insights and experiences with others. Our regional libraries offer a variety of books and topics to pique your literary interest. For more information, visit guides.wakegov.com/bookdiscussions.

Genealogy Webinars
Each week, join us on Mondays at the Olivia Raney Local History Library at 1 p.m. to view and discuss a webinar from Legacy Family Tree featuring different topics each week. Volunteers from local genealogical groups will be available to answer questions and offer assistance. The webinars run 60–90 minutes. Registration is required.

For more information on programs, please contact your library or visit the Libraries events page.





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